If Barrett is to be a senator of the soon-to-be state of Wyoming, he must make a sensible match, and Miriam has all the right connections. Yet he can’t shake the feeling that Charlotte holds the key to his heart and his future.
Soon the past comes to call, and Barrett’s plans crumble around him. Will Charlotte and Barrett find the courage to look love in the face? Or will their fears blot out any chance for happiness?
This novel picks up right where the last one left off and I for one, was excited to see what would happen to Charlotte Crowley. Though this novel was not better than the first, it was still a good read. With the introduction of Barrett, I found the romance to be interesting and I looked forward to watching it unravel on the pages. The novel was well-written and the characters fully developed. However, I did feel that midway, the plot kind of thinned more than I would like. Spiritually, Charlotte learns that there is pride in independence, and by insisting on doing things her way, she is essentially saying she doesn’t need God. It was a good novel and nice read.